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Aidan May 24, 2013 at 04:31 am
I support any program that knocks down community barriers and brings folks together ... especiallyRead More when children are involved. Soon enough we'll have shared services and even perhaps shared schools. The sooner we acknowledge our communal interests the better we'll all be.
George Datino May 24, 2013 at 12:58 pm
The Port Chester School District is shared. All the properties in the southern end of Rye BrookRead More (basically Ridge Blvd and south) are part of the Port Chester School District.
Aidan May 26, 2013 at 06:18 am
I was speaking of services, athletic & academic opportunities ... and perhaps faculties.
Zach Oliva September 20, 2012 at 12:09 pm
I'm told that none of the roads are actually closed, just that there might be some delays at a fewRead More of the busier intersections before 11 a.m. Have you had trouble getting through during the morning in past years?
Liz Giegerich September 20, 2012 at 01:11 pm
Maggie, you can see the route here: http://westchestertriathlon.org/course-maps-olympic-distance
louamerica September 24, 2012 at 03:39 pm
maggie, stop whining so much. If you need the raods that bad, wait or do your business on Saturday.Read More Sheesh, its ADD drivers like you that give everyone a bad name.
Dick Hubert August 22, 2012 at 11:21 pm
Renea Henry and Patch Readers: The most interesting analysis I have seen of the Chronicle ofRead More Philanthropy study comes from Boston Globe syndicated columnist Jeff Jacoby, who notes: "According to the Chronicle, the most generous city in America is Provo, Utah, where residents typically give away 13.9 percent of their discretionary income. Boston, by contrast, ranks No. 358: In New England's leading city, the median household donates just 2.9 percent of its income to charity. Provo's generosity is typical for its region. Of the 10 most generous cities in America, according to the Chronicle's calculations, six are in Utah and Idaho. Boston's tight-fistedness is typical too: Of the 10 stingy cities at the bottom of the list, eight are in New England -- including Springfield (No. 363) and Worcester (No. 364). What's the matter with Massachusetts? How can residents of the bluest state, whose political and cultural leaders make much of their compassion and frequently remind the affluent that we're all in this together, be so lacking in personal generosity? And why would charitable giving be so outstanding in places as conservative as Utah and Idaho?" I recommend reading the entire Jacoby piece which can be found at: http://www.jeffjacoby.com/12169/stingy-liberals It's an eye opener.
Bill Langham July 23, 2012 at 05:57 pm
I digress, but the Dinner at Noon program at Carver Center occurs WEEKLY, every Saturday from lateRead More September through June each year.
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